Feeney's Canadian Law of Wills, 4th Edition
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A one-stop source of expert and insightful commentary on both the common law and its statutory codification and reform in various provinces.
Features of the 4th Edition include:
- 18 chapters that address key aspects of wills and estates law including probate and construction issues
- Exhaustive treatment of the relevant court decisions - pulls together the various threads and distinguishes the reputable and the questionable authorities
- Straightforward commentary on the existing probate and estate administration regimes
- Draws on relevant statutes and case law from across Canada as well as selected Commonwealth and U.S. jurisdictions.
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